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  Putty Squad available now on Nintendo 3DS
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04/17/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

London, United Kingdom – April 17, 2014: System 3, the UK’s most successful independent publisher, is pleased to announce Putty Squad is now available digitally on Nintendo 3DS.

Putty Squad can be bought digitally for Nintendo 3DS at £17.99, providing excellent 3D visuals as Putty ventures through beautiful vistas, leaving players immersed throughout Putty’s journey. Putty Squad features lovingly created levels that will test your timing, skill and imagination in a charming and incredibly addictive adventure.

“Today sees the blue blob hero, Putty unleashed on the Nintendo 3DS,” said Mark Cale, CEO, System 3. “Available now to buy online, Putty Squad on the 3DS provides players with the chance to play on the go, with all the fun Putty offers in the palm of your hands, supported by colourful and immersive 3D graphics.”

Putty Squad has been given a complete overhaul in graphics to deliver a modern, immersive experience. Gameplay has been finely tuned to offer an accessible platform game for all fans, and downloadable free levels will be made available for a year after launch. As Putty you can punch, inflate, morph, stretch, lie flat and absorb on his journey through a host of different levels.

For more information on Putty Squad, please visit System 3’s official website.

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About System 3

Formed in 1982 by Mark Cale, System 3 is recognised as one of the founding pioneers of the gaming industry and as a name synonymous with producing original genre defining gaming concepts year on year. System 3 stands proud as the last surviving British Independent Publisher from those grass roots years.